Hayyyyy Frock Stars! This week we are doing orange five ways. I love a rusty orange… and it’s unofficially the color of autumn. Since Halloween is almost here (along with winter)… why not rock the frock out of orange. Nothing that I found for you pet frocks is over $50! Let’s Frock N Roll:
I Wanna Dress You Up In My Love:
A lot of people feel like a frumpy pumpkin in orange. Why? Orange is no different than any other shade. You just need to find the cuts that flatter your body, and a shade that suits your skin tone. A rusty shade looks fab on snowflakes, while a bolder red orange looks fierce on chocolate chips. Don’t forget, when in doubt, frock a belt…… it always makes your figure look sublime. These four items are universally flattering on any frame, from tiny to plus.
Paint The Town Orange:
Orange brightens up any room and it’s a happy color. Other people also look good in warm shades of l’orange. A warm yellowish orange gives a kitchen the right amount of cozy. If your home needs jut a tad bit of flava… paint the trim of a room, window, or door.
Pump Up Your Accessories:
Orange accessories are uber trendy this season. A rust can be werq appropriate, while a bold shade is fun. Orange is also a chic pop of color. Pump up your wardrobe this season….. with touches of orange.
Sometimes the perfect toppings can take your look to the next level. Whether it’s a finished manicure or a knit beret, adding a topping can make you feel sickening. When you are werqin with small touches, you can go cray with color and texture.
A L’Orange Accent:
Using orange throughout your home, is pretty much decorating for fall festivities. I like to use large faux flowers from Michaels in classic autumn colors (along with twigs), and display them in large cylindrical vases throughout my home. Candles are also a great way to add color, and delightful aroma to your home (but if you are unable to have real candles…. try Scentsy… it smells + looks divine).
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Get Your Frock On*